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Strong Leadership for Trying Times
With the strong and caring leadership of president Patricia Chapman, Rotary Club of Duvall has thrived through the 2020-2021 lockdown period. The Duvall Has Heart campaign almost doubled the previous year's contributions!
Patricia Chapman
President 2020-2022

Walking the Hearts

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Duvall Has Heart 2021 Videos

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Veteran’s Day 2020 Soldier Gift Bags | Rotary Club of Duvall

Rotary Club of Duvall along with Rotary Club of Mill Creek package up 65 gift bags for deployed soldiers.

What I Love About the Rotary Club of Duvall

Ways to Give & Why

Patricia Chapman explores the many paths to giving back.

What Makes a Strong Rotary Club President

Join Leaders, Exchange Ideas, Take Action!


Welcome to the Rotary Club of Duvall (and Carnation)! We are a local chapter of the Rotary International service organization, where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change.


Providing humanitarian, civic and education contributions to the local, regional and international communities, charities and programs served by Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Duvall in the spirit of “Service Above Self”


  • an organization of individuals united worldwide who provide community service, encourage high ethical standards and help build goodwill
  • a caring organization that promotes humanitarian, educational, and cultural programs that touch people’s lives
  • an organization that provides over $77 million annually for international projects that improve the quality of life for millions of people
  • an organization committed to eradicate polio worldwide
  • a membership organization with the opportunity to visit any of the 31,314 Rotary Club’s worldwide


“We are neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good.
With you, we can accomplish even more!”


Imagine Sharing…

  • Friendship
    • People of like mind
    • A basic human need: one of two reasons Paul Harris began Rotary in 1905
  • Business Development
    • Networking: second reason for Rotary’s founding
  • Leadership Development
    • Rotary club positions: committees and involvement
  • Community
    • Community citizen: contribute locally in activities
    • Give back to the community
    • Present yourself to the community
  • Fun
    • Rotary is fun. Club projects are fun. Social activities are fun. Service is fun.
  • Citizenship in the World
    • Instant friends: Rotary Clubs throughout the world
  • Family Programs
    • Youth programs: high school and college clubs
  • Vocational Skills
    • Growth and development: Rotary encourages sharing knowledge
  • Ethics Reinforcement
    • Rotary 4-Way Test: ethical standards to be followed in business and personal relationships
  • Cultural Awareness
    • Many of the world’s prominent citizens are Rotarians

4-Way Test

From the earliest days of the organization, Rotarians were concerned with promoting high ethical standards in their professional lives. One of the world’s most widely printed and quoted statements of business ethics is The Four-Way Test, which was created in 1932 by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor (who later served as RI president) when he was asked to take charge of a company that was facing bankruptcy.

This 24-word test for employees to follow in their business and professional lives became the guide for sales, production, advertising, and all relations with dealers and customers, and the survival of the company is credited to this simple philosophy. Adopted by Rotary in 1943, The Four-Way Test has been translated into more than a hundred languages and published in thousands of ways.


Duvall Has Heart

Hearts on Main St

Duvall Days Parade

[2020-2021 Covid Canceled]

Duvall Summer Stage

Beer & Wine Garden

Duvall Days Beer & Wine Garden

[2020-2021 Covid Canceled]

Holiday Heifer Photo Booth

Rotary Foundation of Duvall A 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization
The ROTARY FOUNDATION OF DUVALL, a component of Rotary Club of Duvall, awards grants to nonprofit organizations using funds raised by the Club. Applicants must meet the criteria stated in the application packet available.

2021 GRANTS = $15,000

HopeLink Carnation

$2,875 [food focused]

Empower Youth Network

$2,875 [food focused]

Holy Innocents Catholic Church Food Pantry Duvall

$2,875 [food focused]

Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ

$500 [food focused]

Sno-Valley Senior Center Carnation

$2,875 [food focused]

Dollars for Scholars


2020 GRANTS = $10,250

Acres of Diamonds

$1000 [food focused]

Sno-Valley Senior Center Carnation

$3250 [food focused]

HopeLink Carnation

$1000 [food focused]

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network

$1000 [food focused]

Dollars for Scholars


Holy Innocents Catholic Church Food Pantry Duvall

$1000 [food focused]

Harvest Against Hunger Duvall

$1000 [food focused]


  • Friends of Youth — counseling for students
  • Thayer Barn Community Art Center—stabilization cost
  • Snoqualmie Valley Community Network— suicide prevention
  • Bridge of Promise – camp supplies
  • Scholarships — award given to two high school seniors every year
  • Camp Korey – bed linens, special van, washing machines
  • Acres of Diamonds – generator
  • Duvall Police — police dog and protective vest, defibrillators
  • Sno Valley Senior Center — Re-In Carnation Thrift Store


  • Soldier Boxes—pack and ship to service individuals over seas
  • Veteran’s Breakfast – serve at Senior Center annually
  • Holiday Families – provide gifts and bags of food for needy families
  • Holiday Heifer – take photos of children with ‘holiday young calf’
  • Bridge painting – repainted old bridge abutment picture
  • Valley farms – cleared plants, gave food to Northwest Harvest
  • Dog fountain – purchased and installed at park path
  • Student of the Month – honor high school student
  • Books of the World—collected and sent to South Africa
  • Polio—join 1.2 million members world wide to end polio
  • Hopelink—gathered school supplies
  • Dougherty Home – rebuilt bunkhouse, cleared yard


Patricia Chapman
Lisa Yeager
Vice President
Sarah Lowell
Laura Smith
Foundation Director
Valerie Stewart
Public Relations Chair
Mike Chapman
Rotary Foundation Chair
International Service Chair
Kevin J. Hauglie
Membership Chair
Anthony L. Smith
Community Service Chair
David W. Hajek
Club Fundraiser
Cory Johnson
iPast President
Philip Brautigam
Media Director



See What Our Meetings are Like.
Enjoy Fellowship, food, fun and guest speakers
Every Wednesday 7:15-8:30 a.m. on Zoom

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Meeting ID: 803 677 7946
Passcode: 202173


There are 7,655 (2018) people living in Duvall and it is one of the fastest growing communities in the state. The city was named after James Duvall, a logger, who homesteaded here in 1871. We are a small, yet diverse city, rich in history and tradition. Our residents represent many walks of life and represent an exciting cross section of occupations and cultures.

Duvall is located on SR-203, approximately 25 miles northeast of Seattle, halfway between Monroe and Carnation, and is fast becoming a favorite residential community for both commuters and for those who choose to conduct business in a small town setting.

As of 2020: 11th wealthiest zip code in Washington State 98019


Carnation is a rural western Washington community of 2,220 residents that is approximately 1.1 square miles in size.  Within easy reach of Seattle, Carnation features an abundance of natural beauty and outdoor experiences.  Framed by the Cascade foothills and located where the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers meet, Carnation is in one of the most productive agricultural regions in the Northwest.

Carnation offers biking, hiking, camping, and fishing.  In our downtown, you can visit our unique shops and restaurants.  Carnation is your natural destination.


contact us:

Rotary Club of Duvall

PO Box 153
Duvall, WA 98019

Rotary Foundation of Duvall

PO Box 1642
Duvall, WA 98019